About Dan Lebeda :
My goal for every job is to make sure that everyone, including myself, is in the mode of continual improvement, never settling on "good enough". I would consider myself to be a forward thinker and do not live with limitations of traditional hierarchy. What I feel that sets me apart from others, is that I continually seek input from everyone involved in the tasks given. In my experience, the open communication between workers of all positions has had positive results from new and better ways of accomplishing a task, to the crews "buy in" to the team mentality and feeling valued.
What Makes Dan Great!
What I consider to be an ideal and successful project would be seamless information exchange between owner, architect, engineer, field supervisor, to craft worker. Being in the field for 14 years, I have seen my fair share of rework and confusion amongst craft workers, not understanding how the finished product relates to their portion/ scope of the project. This results in wasted labor and higher production costs. What I feel to be my role as a general foreman on a construction project, is to facilitate craft workers by giving them the proper information, tools, and material on time.
Dan Is one of the best I have worked for, he take the time to help me better myself and gain an understanding of what it is we are actually building.
· 2001-2007 Hogan and Associates Construction
I started as a laborer and worked my way up to foreman in five years.
Completed AGC Carpentry Apprenticeship 2005.
Worked on a number of schools, learning all aspects of concrete: form setting, placement, flatwork, steel erection, connecting, welding, and operating heavy equipment.
· 2007-2009 Granite Construction
· 2009-Current Jacobsen Construction
Dan is constantly thinking out of the box, looking for ways we can all improve as a team.
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